For the record

Guatemala election: In an article in the July 28 Section A on Guatemala’s coming presidential election, a production error caused several names to be changed. The article gave the name of a political scientist as Niguel Castile. His name is Miguel Castillo. The head of the election observer team was identified as Orlando Yock. His name is Rolando Yoc. Also, the Siglo 21 newspaper was referred to as Sigla 21, and the Spanish word maras, or “gangs,” was misspelled as mares.

“Jersey Shore”: The caption that accompanied a photo of four members of the “Jersey Shore” cast in a July 27 Calendar article about the MTV show shooting in Italy misidentified two of the men. The caption said that Paul DelVecchio was on the far left; that was actually Mike Sorrentino. The caption said Sorrentino was third from the left; that was DelVecchio.

Lake Tahoe development: An article in the July 27 LATExtra section about Nevada seeking to require California to ease its restrictions on Lake Tahoe development identified Claire Fortier as a Nevada board member for the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. She is a California member.

Hollywood disturbance: In the July 28 LATExtra section, an article about a disturbance involving thousands of gate-crashers at the premiere in Hollywood of the film “Electric Daisy Carnival Experience” referred to Andy Smith of the LAPD as a captain. His rank is commander.

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